Aray Cabin 33
Log cabin | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4
Aray at Loch Awe offers high quality self-catering accommodation (in a solid timber log cabin standing in a landscaped clearing) in the fabulous setting of the Inverliever forest park. From the beautiful shores of Loch Awe, on your log cabin break you can discover the wonders of a holiday surrounded by the Dalavich Oakwood. The delights of outdoor activities are literally outside your window. The spectacular forest and Loch offer a wide range of opportunities for you to enjoy. Dalavich is also central to the many and varied attractions in Argyll, such as The Avich falls, Invarary Castle, Oban and it's famous distillery.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Oban 43 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||500 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Glasgow 144 km, Nearest railway: Taynuilt 23 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
|Further details indoors|
Our accommodation is very spacious compared to other cabins. It has been recently extended and modernized with a modern fully equipped kitchen. The shower and WC area has been extended, a double bedroom (the double bed is a normal UK size - not Continental European size) has been added to the cabin. 1 comfortable sofa bed for one person and 1 futon which might be used as a sleeping area but might not be to everbodys taste. There is also a travel cot for toddlers and babies as well as a high chair at the cabin. It has full electric heating, hot towel rail and underfloor heating in the shower room, electric shower, TV, Sky Box. This is a cabin for nature lovers and pet owners ONLY. Please NO guests who expect a Hotel Style accommodation because THIS IS A RUGGED FOREST CABIN.
|Further details outdoors|
Free fishing is permitted from designated areas from the shore. Fishing permits and boat hire is available from the village. Bicycle hire is available from the village shop. There are a whole range of facilities close at hand in the village. The Dalavich community Centre bar and small restaurant is open 7 nights a week. Membership is only £1 per night or £4 per week. It has a fully stocked bar, Sky TV, Pool table and occasionally live entertainment. Food is also available some evenings. A self service launderette is attached to the Community Centre. There are miles of beautiful forestry commission trails and walks. Horse riding is available at the Ardfern Riding Centre, Craobh Haven, by Lochgilphead Argyll.
This cabin is strictly NO SMOKING.
Payment is to be made in full at the time of booking by bank transfer only. No cash payments are accepted.
One well behaved dog can be accommodated subject to an additional payment of £30 per week.
The Central Scotland/Strathclyde region
The beauty of the landscape in the highlands of Scotland are a well kept secret. Be inspired and uplifted by the Lochs and in the mountains, revive your spirit and refresh your soul. You can visit places where you can appreciate the incredible beauty and challenge of the natural world - and let it bring its beauty closer to you. The highlands of Scotland are generally sparsely populated, with many magnificent mountain ranges and lochs dominating the region, this includes the highest mountain in the British Isles, Ben Nevis (close to Fort William) and Loch Awe (The longest lake in Scotland), Loch Ness and Loch Lomond. The Scottish highlands area is now one of the most sparsely populated in Europe.
The cabin is located by the shores of Loch Awe which is 25 Miles (41 km) long set in the wonderful Dalavich Oakwood. There are walks between Inverinan and Ford. For an easy stroll follow the trail to discover the history and future of this ancient woodland. Stretch your legs a bit more on the Timber Walk and see some of the biggest trees around Loch Awe.
For the energetic there is the Loch Avich Walk where you can see the impressive Dalavich Falls. Close by is Ben Cruachan which is a 1126 m mountain that is the highest point in Argyll. It gives its name to a pumped-storage hydroelectric power station located in a cavern inside the mountain. Oban town centre has a large selection of well known shops, restaurants, pubs, cinema, leisure centre, night life and famous distillery. From Oban you can catch a ferry to the many islands on the west coast including Mull, Lorn and Coll. Visit Tobermory the setting for the well known children's TV show Balamory.
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24 Nov 2013
"Cosy Cabin on the Loch"
Aray 33 is a great cabin tucked away among the trees, and only a few metres from the Loch. We stayed for a week in late September and almost had the place to ourselves... lovely to be away from the cr… More
10 Nov 2013
We had a great break at Cabin Aray. Our children slept in the spacious living room and us parents in the single bedroom. The service and cleanliness was at a high standard. It is a fantastic place for… More
6 Nov 2013
"Not up to standard"
The location, scenery and overall attraction was perfect, unfortunately the cleanliness of this cosy retreat was not of an acceptable standard.Dog hairs were matted all over furniture in living area, … More
3 Sep 2013
"Escale à DALAVICH"
Notre séjour en Ecosse s'est terminé par une escale de 3 nuits à Dalavich, dans la Cabine Aray 33. Nous avons commencé à apprécier la cabine dès lors que le chauffage a réchauffé la piè… More
29 Jul 2013
My partner and I spend a long weekend in this cosy cabin last November. Fully equipped with all you need, only a few minutes from the loch and a short distance to woodland walks. We (and our dog) had a relaxing stay and are planning on returning again this November.
10 Jun 2013
"Great Cabin and fantastic stay"
What a lovely cabin! Open space, very well equipped, cosy and comfortable and very tidy. The TV had Sky but we did not need it at all as there was so much to do. The cabin will look even better when i… More
31 May 2013
"Great location 'needs a good dig out' inside as my nan would say!"
Just returned from a three night stay at this cabin. You can't knock the location, nestled in the forest and virtually on the banks of Loch Awe. I travelled with my partner and teenage son, and b… More
4 Mar 2013
My partner and i visited this cabin recently for a relaxing week. The cabin itself was lovely and cosy, we actually spent alot of time taking it easy within the cabin. The facilities were perfect - everything you'd need to get to know the area and make yourself extremely comfortable. The balcony was lovely for enjoying a morning cup of tea, or enjoying the night sky, also fully enclosed so the dog was always safe to roam when he pleased.A bit Behind the cabin are lovely forest walks - no driving required to get there which added to the ease of getting around. I would recomend this cabin to anyone who is looking to have a peaceful time away, we will be back again.
2 Jan 2013
"A lovely getaway spot..."
The cabin is an ideal place to get away from it all and enjoy nature at its best. The cabin itself is very clean and cozy. Everything you could need for cooking and serving is there but make sure you take EVERYTHING you need for food and supplies as there is very little in the way of shopping in Dalavich. The 13.5 mile trek on the single track road into the cabin is a little daunting but it's worth it once you arrive.
16 Oct 2012
"BEST WEEKEND AWAY EVER"
Never been to a log cabin ever and thought we would give it a go. the cabin itself was spotless, comfortable and very cosy given that it was mid-Oct. The peace and tranquility of surroundings was as priceless as the views around the area were breathtaking.
We climbed the hill behind the cabin to see Loch Avich and the waterfalls and it was well worth the effort. Spent the rest of our time sightseeing and relaxing and it has inspired a much longer trip around the highlands and islands next year.
Would thoroughly recommend this to anyone.
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